College of Charleston “In The News” is a weekly roundup of news articles featuring College faculty, staff, students or alumni. Recent media coverage of the College includes:

In Haley’s home state, some Republicans point fingers inward on race, history

Political science professor Gibbs Knotts talks to The Washington Post about Nikki Haley and South Carolina voters.

Antisemitism, Islamophobia Surge in 2023, Watchdogs Say

Joshua Shanes, director of the Arnold Center for Israel Studies, talks to the Voice of America about antisemitism.

The Most-Read ProPublica Stories of 2023

ProPublica announces that a story regarding a discovery by Lauren Davila ’21 (M.A. ’23) was one of the most-read stories of the year.

With Long Necks and Vicious Predators, How Exactly Did Dinosaurs Sleep?

Paleontologist Scott Persons talks to Discovery Magazine about sleeping dinosaurs.

They’re in the funny business: Cubicle comedians make light of what we all hate about work

USA Today interviews communication professor Ryan Milner about funny memes in the workplace.

Commentary: Conversing for the sake of learning is key to civil discourse

Political science major Brooklyn Morella‘s winning essay from the School of Humanities and Social Sciences Civil Discourse Essay Contest is published as an op-ed in The Post and Courier.

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